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Purge Unused Text Types

Purge Unused Text Types

Deleting unused text types in Revit can be a real pain. Purging does not always successfully delete text types that aren’t used, so what do we do? You guessed it: Dynamo to the rescue. In a recent project, we used dynamo to try and find where rogue text types were being used. The advantage of… Read More >

Analytical Boundary Errors

Analytical Boundary Errors

Recently we were auditing a Revit model and ended up stuck in a the unfortunate cycle of trying to click through hundreds of errors to complete an Ungroup task. These errors were referencing various floors and complaining along the lines of: “Boundary edge lines intersect each other. Boundary contour must not be distorted.” After attempting… Read More >

Revit families – Thinking outside the parametric box

Revit families – Thinking outside the parametric box

Most of us can create a simple box that we can flex with dimensional parameters to control size. In my latest webinar – Revit Families – Thinking outside the parametric box – I looked at three aspects of family functionality that go beyond the basics covered by most introductory Revit training. Nested families, the Family… Read More >

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